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_________ Diol: two hydroxyl functional groups (- OH) bound to the same carbon atom. Formed when oxygen from water does a nuc attack on carbonyl
Blue light is _____nm and red light is _____nm
A Lewis acid (donates/ accepts) what?
A Lewis base (donates/ accepts) what?
False (Ea is not dependent on temperature)
T/F activation energy decreases when temperature increases.
Threshold of hearing is _______
Water constant (Kw) is equal to _____________, the ______ of Ka and Kb
Nitrogen and oxygen in the gaseous form are (monoatomic/diatomic). When finding the mass of such gasses, molar mass should be multiplied by a factor of __
A peak around 3300 cm^-1 indicates an _______ group, a broad band at that point indicates a _____ group.
V=IR, Amperes, Volts, Ohms (Ω)
Ohm's Law: __________
(I) is current, in ______ or C/s
(V) is voltage, in _____
(R) is resistance, in _____
For resistors in (sequence/parallel) you add the resistance, for resistors in (sequence/parallel) you add the inverses and take the reciprocal!
_____: is the energy flow rate
R = TL/A (T= resistivity)
Resistance of a wire equation
C = Q/V, charge
Capacitance equation: _______
Where Q = ______
Parallel Plate Capacitance:
C = ε (?/?)
V/d (V = voltage or potential difference betwen plates), kq/r^2
Magnitude of electric field, E = ______ = _______
1/2CV^2 (c= capacitance in farads)
Potential energy of a capacitor, U = _______
For capacitors in (sequence/parallel), you add the capacitance. For capacitors in (sequence/parallel) you add the reciprocals and take the inverse!
conifer (cobalt, nickel, iron)
Which materials are commonly thought of as ferromagnetic (highly magnetic)
Current is measured in ______ (equal to _____)
current, electric field, reversed
Magnetic field right hand rules:
Point thumb in direction of ______
Fingers point in direction of _____ ____.
Palm faces in direction of Q movement. If charge of Q is negative, the direction is _________!!
anions, pie bonds, lone pairs
Nucleophile classes include ______, ___ ______, _____ _____.
decreases (think about the proximity to nucleus)
As electronegativity increases, nucleophilicity _________.
Electronegativity trend on the periodic table moves (right/left), and (up/down)
Good leaving groups:
Epoxide formations are catalyzed by peroxyacids like ______
ketones and aldehydes, carboxylic acids
Ozone and zinc cleave double bonds to form (ketones and aldehydes/ carboxylic acids)
Ozone and H2O2 would form (ketones and aldehydes/ carboxylic acids)
OsO4 (osmium tetroxide) catalyzes "-enes" to (syn/anti) ______'s
a society in which advancement up the social ladder is based on intelligence, skill, and achievement.
situations where positive behavior or achievement is rewarded with tokens that can be exchanged for privileges, treats, or other reinforcers.
system of government where decisions are made by non-elected representatives
when social inequality, especially poverty, is transmitted from one generation to the next
process of ingraining ideas and concepts within an organization, social system, or society as a whole
form of negative reinforcement in which one reduces the unpleasantness of something that already exists
Social Facilitation, better, worse
Tendency for people to perform differently when in the presence of others than when alone. -
- perform (better/worse) on simple or well-rehearsed tasks
-Perform (better/worse) on complex or new ones.
Attribution theory, Fundamental attribution error
_____________: attempts to understand the behavior of others by attributing feelings, beliefs, and intentions to them.
-___________________: Place undue emphasis on internal characteristics of the other rather than external factors
-situational (explanations we give for ourselves)
-dispositional (explanations we attribute to
person (or individual- therefore not preparing is dispositional because you do it yourself)
Dispositional relates to the (person/ external factors)
CRH (corticotropin releasing hormone), ACTH, cortisol (plus epi, norep, and aldosterone)
HPA Axis (hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal) uses which homones in sequence?
Alteration of behavior by the subjects of a study due to their awareness of being observed.
Lack of clarity about which variable occurred first may yield confusion about which variable is the cause and which is the effect
regulator, operator, promoter, structural, operator, promoter, lac,
List the four genes of lac and trp?
Where does the repressor bind?
Where does RNA pol bind?
Is the repressor always bound on lac or trp?
Trp is an inducible/repressible system?
(t/f) photons are deflected in magnetic and electric fields
peripheral, less, smaller
BP is greater in (pulmonary/peripheral) circulation because theres (more/less) resistance in pulmonary circulation, and the right ventricle is (bigger/smaller) than the left.
In the equation for hydrostatic pressure, pressure is directly proportionate to _______
In an electric field, the cathode is (positive/negative) and attracts (positive/negative) charges
change in the optical rotation because of the change in the equilibrium between two anomers, when the corresponding stereocenters interconvert.
F=kq1q2r^2 (k= 9x10^9)
This principal states: In a pipe, fluid displacement must be the same across all parts because for the whole pipe, velocity and area are inversely proportional, thus compensating and moving the same amount of water through the same amount of pipe at the same rate.
I = P/A, area
Intensity equation: _________
Intensity is inversely proportionate to ______
The tympanic membrane is wide compared to the ossicles, therefore it (amplifies/diminishes) the intensity of sound waves heard.
sound waves travel fastest in a ________
odd, 4L/n, 5th
In a pipe with one closed end, only _____ harmonics can exist.
λ = _________
The third largest wave would be the ____ harmonic
for open-open tubes, you have to have _______ at both ends
molecules, decreases, increase
two factors affecting entropy:
1. the number of _______ for reactants verses product. If the number is greater for reactants, entropy (increases/decreases)
2. Phase changes. A change from solid to gas would (increase/decrease) entropy.
voltaic, salt bridges, reduced, oxidized
Galvanic cells are also known as ______ cells.
- ______ _______ are components of galvanic cells that release ions into the separate half cells to prevent charge buildup.
- The cathode is being (oxidized/reduced) and the anode is being (oxidized/reduced)
_________'s reagent is used to test for reducing sugars like hemiacetals and hemiketals
observed rotation/(concentration of sol. x length of tube), +, dextrorotary
Specific rotation = ________
A molecule that rotates light to the right is known as (+/-) and (dextrorotary/levorotary)
Glucose is oxidized in the body in its (linear/ring) form.
term meaning chemically inactive
effective nuclear charge, shielding electrons
________ ________ ________: the net positive charge experienced by valence electrons
Z = atomic number (# of protons) and S = number of _____ _______
what factor would be most likely to increase solubility?
chymotrypsin (think TRYPsin like TRYPtophan- big, aromatic, hydrophobic)
Enzyme that cleaves peptide bond next to large hydrophobic peptides
oxidation of a secondary alcohol
Ketone formation requires...
CARS: items without supporting evidence will often be located at the _____ of paragraphs
NADH and FADH2 (this is because the body has high energy. When the body has high energy, the proton gradient is already high, therefore the ETC won't accept as many H's)
When glucose stores are high, (FAD++ and NAD+/ NADH and FADH2) will build up.
Initial breastfeeding phase consists of _______ which is high in protein and immune building molecules- not sugars and fat
Following egg penetration, sperm mitochondria disintegrate.
Why do children inherit only the mother's mitochondrial DNA
relationship where one benefits and the other is neutral
normal gut flora from the _______ can repopulate the intestines
sigmoid colon, ilium, jejunum, cecum, duodenum
U, I, H, N, first segment of the small intestine connecting to the stomach?
point mutation in which a single nucleotide change results in a codon that codes for a different amino acid.
UAA, UAG, UGA, AUG
normal volume of air displaced per respiration, 500mL
Tidal volume is...
Its approximate volume is...
iMRT, (i is the number of ions the molecule dissociates into, Ex. iNaCL = 2)
Osmotic pressure (π) = ________
beta oxidation of fatty acids, 1 and 2, acetyl CoA
What is this process?
Which carbons are cleaved?
What functional group are they forming?
_________ isomers have different connectivity
_______: an epimer that differs in configuration, specifically at the hemiacetal/acetal carbon.
_______: an isomer with configuration chirality at only ONE center
________ is a type of epimer that constitutes alpha and beta glucose
Boyle's law: when T is held constant,
Charle's law: when P is held constant
perfectly inelastic, kinetic energy
___________ _________ collisions occur when the maximum amount of ______________ __________ of a system is lost, the colliding particles stick together.
dia, para, ferro
Elements that are weakly repelled by a magnetic field are (ferro/para/dia)magnetic.
Elements weakly attracted to a magnetic field are (ferro/para/dia)magnetic.
Elements that are classically magnetic are (ferro/para/dia)magnetic.
helium, 4, 2
Alpha decay causes the release of an alpha particle, which is the same as a ________,or a loss of ______ atomic mass units and ______ protons.
pH = pKa + log ([conj. base]/ [conj. acid])
Henderson Hasselbalch Equation:
Molecular Geometry: "The more non-bonded electron pairs, the (larger/smaller) the bond angle will be"
nucleus, proton, neutron
Mass defect is the mass of the __________ minus the mass of ________'s and _________'s
(systematic/random) errors are ones that consistently bias results in the SAME way every time.
________ synthesis: creates primary______ using phthalimide
make alcohol into a better nucleophile
tosylate ions are generally used to...
When (real/idea) gasses are subject to higher temperatures, attractive molecular forces pull the molecules closer together, decreasing what?
SNoW DRoP (Southern - DNA, Northern - RNA, Western - Protein)
Acronym for Western, southern, northern blots?
Conjugate of a strong acid or base is ________.
H (H3O) and OH, H acceptor and donor, e donor and acceptor
Bronsted Lowry Acid/Base
protect, bind ribosome
2 functions of 5' cap
5' cap, poly A tail, 5' UTR, 3' UTR, functional sequence, signal sequence
6 sections of mRNA
Hardy-Weinberg Equation for Alleles
F (median is whatever is the "middle" number existing in the series)
(T/F) Median is the number halfway between the largest and smallest numbers.
Increasing sample size (increasing data)
What reduces the effect of random error?
Change of behavior because you know you're being observed
psychology study technique in which subjects repeat speech immediately after hearing it (usually with earphones)
Both production and comprehension processing of speech/linguistics is lateralized in which hemisphere?
IQ tests are normalized to have a mean of ____
Neurotransmitters are manufactured in _______
When an animals habits deviate from trained behaviors toward their innate instinctual behaviors
Declarative information about a specific experience (like recalling a camping trip)
agents of socialization
refers to parts of society that are important for socialization (process of learning norms and values of a society). For example; music, schools, family, religion
Stimulus registered by sensory receptors
___________ Psychology: Theoretical approach emphasizing the ways in which the organization of peoples' perceptual experiences is a result of the brains organization
Principle of grouping by __________: Gestalt principle that states things that look alike are likely to be grouped together
psychophysical discrimination testing
System of methods that directly assess perception of stimuli in relation to their true physical properties
Negative punishment (depriving subject of something they like for a period of time)
Motivational state typically used for operant conditioning studies?
life course approach to health
A sociological perspective on health and illness that states that developmental processes and other experiences across a persons life contribute to a holistic perspective on health.
Psychological theory that states that factors outside of the individual, including community values and other aspects of culture, can motivate behavior.
Knowledge, skills, education, and similar characteristics which are used to make social distinctions and that are associated with differences in social status
interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage.
Ex. a persons status in a society is determined both by social class AS WELL AS race/ethnicity.
Psychosocial concept of a person's self which grows out of a person´s social interactions with others. The view of ourselves comes from the contemplation of personal qualities and impressions of how others perceive us.
demographic transition theory
fMRI (FUNCTIONAL magnetic resonance imaging)
Used to asses brain activity by measuring
changes in properties of blood (BLOOD FLOW).
Active nerve tissues (neurons) require more energy, oxygn, atp, and blood flow.
PET (positron emission tomography)
Determines the locations of brain activity
using a combination of radioactive tracers and molecules (water, oxygen and drugs)
The breakdown of the tracer emits a gamma ray which is recorded on a computer and turned into image
MRI (magnetic resonance imaging)
Structural imaging technique using magnetic field and radio frequency
Different tissues and fluids give off different patterns of energy
CT (computer tomography)
Enhanced x-ray images using.
3D, high resolution picture of the brain
good for structural info (not activity level)
sleep spindles, 2
______ _______:Sudden bursts of oscillatory brain activity generated in the reticular nucleus of the thalamus that occur during which stage of sleep?
sensorimotor, 0-2 (object permanence), pre operational, 2-7 (symbolic thinking and conservation), concrete operational, 7-11, formal operational, 11+ (abstract logic, reasoning, and strategy)
List stages of Piaget's theory and ages (and characteristics)
fear, anger, surprise, happiness, disgust, sadness
6 universal emotions
Stranger anxiety begins to be expressed around which age?
Theory which states that our perception of sound depends on where each component frequency produces vibrations along the basilar membrane of the cochlea.
fovea, cones, periphery, rods
_________: portion of the retina that contains a high density of _______ for daytime vision
________: portion of the retina that contains more _________ for dim light vision
The degree to which a testing tool produces stable and consistent results.
Method used to control for any effects that the order of stimuli might have on the dependent variable.
Absence of appropriate behaviors and emotions due to mental illness.
negative priming, implicit
_______________: A memory effect in which prior exposure to a stimulus unfavorably influences (slows) the response to the same stimulus. What type of memory is used?
neuroleptic, antipsychotic, positive, negative
___________ (AKA __________) are tx drugs for diseases like schizophrenia- they help treat the (positive/negative) symptoms but may exacerbate (positive/negative) symptoms.
The ability to solve new problems, use logic in new situations, and identify patterns
GAS (general adaptation syndrom), alarm, resistance, exhaustion
Predictable way the body responds to stress as described by Hans Selye?
What are the 3 stages?
Images projected to a visual field are represented in the (same/opposite) side of the brain.
attitude, behavior (changing your attitude about killing animals instead of going vegan)
With cognitive dissonance, people tend to change their (attitude/behavior) to match their (attitude/behavior) to relieve the dissonance.
Sanctions, formal, informal
______________ can either be positive (rewards) or negative (punishment)
- (formal/informal): legalized and official in nature and enforced by an authoritative force.
- (formal/informal): not laws in a legal sense, but occur regularly in society. A boycott against a business, shaming, ridicule, and disapproving looks.
___________ theory: Suggests that humans construct knowledge and meaning from their experiences.
Creates (fluid/solid) definitions and categories.
Me, I, I
Mead's theory of self
-(Me/I): unsocialized, spontaneous, self-interested (self as object)
-(Me/I): Composed of demands of others and the awareness of social attitudes of others (self as subject)
Which comes first?
efficiency, calculability, uniformity, technological control
The 4 aspects of McDonaldization?
altruism, superego, reality, ego, pleasure, id
______ principle does whats best for others and is most like the (Id/Ego/superego)
_________ principle asks whats best for everyone involved and is most like the (id/ego/superego)
__________ principle asks only whats best for the self and is most like the (id/ego/superego)
__________ theory of emotion emphasizes the role of context on emotion
James-lange, stimulus response emotion
Theory that states emotion is only a physiological response to environment?
- Occurs in what order? (no commas)
__________ theory of emotion states emotion and arousal occur simultaneously
what sense is not relayed through the thalamus?
left visual field of BOTH eyes
The right hemisphere processes information from the (left eye/ left visual field of BOTH eyes)
open, conscientious, agreeable, extravert, neuroticism, collaborative
What traits are studied in the "Big Five" personality test? What kind of environment are these results important for?
_______ reflex suggests arboreal ancestry
preconventional (obedience, self interest), conventional (law and order, conformity), postconventional (social contract, universal ethics)
Kohlberg's 3 stages of moral development?
When relationship between dependent and independent variables is unclear
Attribution cue that addresses how a persons behavior compares to most everyone else
Conduction aphasia, or an inability to repeat back what is spoken is related to which brain region?
making excuses to justify your behavior is an example of
region of brain responsible for coordinating movement, balance, posture, etc.
short term stress is associated with which hormone? long term stress?
characterized by unexplained symptoms affecting voluntary motor or sensory functions
Adding resistors in parallel (increases/decreases) resistance and therefore current (increases/decreases)
metallic, down, left
Elements with _________ character conduct electricity best- the periodic trend for this is (up/down) and to the (right/left)
LiAlH4 will reduce ketones down to ______ and carboxylic acids down to _____
electrophilic, acyl halide (like acyl chloride), SOCl2
To "activate" a carboxyl group is to make it more ____________. The most reactive carboxyl group is an _____ ________ and can be formed from reacting the carboxyl with _______
positive (above the line- remember, hydroPATHY means "water bad")
(positive/negative) ranges of a hydropathy plot are hydroPHOBIC regions!!
A logarithmic line on a linear scale would translate to a _________ line on a log scale
saturated solution, precipitate (won't dissolve)
________ _________ is a chemical solution containing the maximum concentration of a solute dissolved in the solvent. Additional solute will form a __________.
______ solution undissolved suspension of particles (bigger than one molecule) that are evenly spread throughout a mixture.
beta, alpha, gamma
(alpha/beta,gamma) decay loses an electron or positron.
(alpha/beta,gamma) decay is like losing a helium.
(alpha/beta,gamma) decay loses/emits a gamma ray or photon
reduction (therefore the product of it's reaction must exhibit reduction)
In a galvanic (voltaic) cell, the cathode is the SITE of (oxidation/reduction)
lower (because H+ is a proton, and reduction potential is the affinity for ELECTRONS)
The (higher/lower) the reduction potential, the MORE vigorously it will react with HCl.
How much space does 1 mol of gas occupy at STP?
What is STP?
- ____ ˚ celcius
- ____ atm
pH = ____________
What affects the electrical conductivity of a solution?
Pascals are equal to what?
wgh (w of water = 1000 kg/m3, g is gravity), depth
Hydrostatic pressure; P = _______
- where h represents _____
The more electronegative an atom, the (stronger/weaker) its bonds will be to directly connected atoms.
equation for Gibbs free energy: ∆G = _________
tautomerization, keto-enol, constitutional
______________ is the movement of an alpha hydrogen and a double bond
- Ex. ______- ______
- Because there is bond breakage and reformation, the reactant and product are what kind of isomers?
volatility (more volatile gasses/ lower boiling point will move faster), temp (gasses will move faster thought the column as a whole if the temperature is higher), polarity (more polar compounds move slower through the column because they interact with each other)
Factors that affect gas chromatography column? (x3)
what orbitals are involved in bonding of OCTAhedral compounds?
electron, neutron, proton
During beta decay, an ________ is emitted from the nucleus, turning a ______ into a ______- increasing the atomic number by 1.
For redox to be spontaneous, the overall reaction must have a (positive/negative) reduction potential (E˚)?
HSP (heat-shock proteins) are a type of _________ molecule that play an important role in protein-protein interactions such as folding and assisting in the establishment of proper protein conformation (shape) and prevention of unwanted protein aggregation.
Which amino acids are neutral with aromatic structures?
ser, thr, tyr
Which AA's have an OH group on them?
Which AA's have a sulfur atom?
arg, his, lys
Which AA's are positively charged at body pH?
F (promoter sequences are the binding site for RNA polymerase)
(T/F) Promoter sequences are typically present in mature mRNA
Steroids are defined as having how many fused rings?
capsule (glomerulus), Na (Na/K pump)
Proximal convoluted tubule comes right after _______
- pumps out ____ ions that have water follow
- allows reabsorption of most of the glomerular filtrate
loop of henle, descending (permeable to water, not ions- making urine super concentrated as it goes down), ascending (permeate to ions, not water), NaCl, HCO3, H, K
________ ____ _________ maintains an osmolarity gradient in the medulla
- _______loop allows water out to make the surrounding tissue less concentrated
- ________ loop allows Na+ out into the now dilute tissues
- Distal convoluted tubule comes right after, filtering out ____/____, ____ ions from the urine and taking up _____, ____ ions.
collecting duct (connected to a bunch of nephrons)
Because of the osmolarity gradient in the medulla created by the loop of henle the _____ ________ concentrates urine allowing water to flow out even more.
out, in, (remember: "sodium/salt sucks, so spit it out")
sodium potassium pomps transport Na (in/out) and K ions (in/out) of the cell.
gasses, nonpolar (no matter how big)
What diffuses easily across a membrane?
hydrostatic pressure, afferent arteriole
What is the driving force behind the initial step of filtration in the glomerulus?
What is it controlled by?
BOTH (insulin INDEPENDENT- therefore doesn't need insulin or the receptor)
Exercise increases insulin-independent uptake of glucose- this is helpful in which form of diabetes?
spreading activation (when a concept is activated, activation spreads to concepts that are semantically or associatively related to that concept)
Retrieving fake memories of members of the same category when tested on memory for concepts in that category is an example of what theory?
Concrete operational (ages 7-11)
Conservation tasks (like Paige's water conservation task) are mastered during what stage of development?
classical conditioning is most closely related to which approach to psychological disorders?
_________: responding to a REPEATING stimulus
high or low
Optimal arousal theory states that performance suffers when arousal is too ________________
electrical conductivity of the skin
How can one measure the degree of sympathetic arousal?
(T/F) the human stress response IS specific to the type of stressor, like mental versus physical stressors
A _______ measure is one that ACTUALLY measures what it intended to assess.
erikson's theory of psychosocial development, MS.GIRCISD
questionnaires are (objective/subjective)
Individuals emulating the attitudes and behaviors of a group they would like to join. Such a group is called the ______________
(dyadic/triadic) groups offer a more stable arrangement than (dyadic/triadic) groups.
conflict theory, unequally, maintain
Theory that stresses competition between GROUPS over the allocation of societal resources?
- Assumes power and authority are (equally/unequally) distributed across society
- Groups attempt to _________ their advantages.
Type of research methodology that involves systematically observing a complete social environment.
System of closed status stratification that hinders social mobility
1.6 x 10^-19 (C/electron)
How many coulomb's per electron?
____________: Process by which individuals are taught the expectations of their society.
Includes factors such as family, peers, media, and the workplace.
People moving = __________ ___________
__________: sacrificing own wellbeing to help a relative
Ex. Sterile animal dies to protect its reproductive sister.
Affirming the qualities and skills of the recipient.
empathy altruism theory
individuals who experience the emotions of anther behave selflessly no matter what the personal cost.
_______________: theory states that language influences thought.
- The limit of a language is the limit of the world
-Ex. that guy who found the new emotion "I want to take a head"
drive reduction theory
Trying to make something or some situation less bad or uncomfortable than it is.
Episodes of strong and rapid heart rate, difficulty breathing, racing thoughts due to certain eminent and stressful situations are characteristic of (anxiety/panic) disorder.
Structure responsible for regulating circadian rhythms
LGN (lateral geniculate nucleus)
What is the main relayer of visual information to the occipital lobe.
What structure helps regulate eye movement?
What structure is the primary visual cortex of the occipital lobe?
What kind of neurons are heavily associated with observational learning?
- They show increased activity when watchings a task and when attempting to mimic the task.
primary visual cortex, striate cortex, occipital
________ _________ __________ (AKA _______ __________): structure involved in higher order processing of visual input and is located in the ___________ lobe.
primary motor cortex, frontal
________: involved in motor function; generates neural impulses that control the execution of movement.
- located in the _________ lobe
- Analyzes data from a population, or a representative subset, at a SINGLE, SPECIFIC POINT IN TIME
- Ex. single survey conducted by a group.
Referring to systems that preserve social inequity
relies on immediate examples that come to a given person's mind when evaluating a specific topic, concept, method or decision.
learning for one's self by observation or personal experience
what phenomenon of demographic transition is associated with a decline in birthrate?
socioeconomic condition in which individuals lack the ability to afford basic necessities
Reduction in fluid pressure that results when a fluid flows through a constricted section (or choke) of a pipe- causing outside fluid tube drawn in at the reduced pressure from the flow oxygen (is smaller than the static pressure of air)
What molecule makes up the storage form of fat in the body?
coordinate, lone pairs (N, O, S)
________ bonds where all electrons came from one atom
- Look for a Lewis base (look for a ______ ________)
_______ bonds are between atoms highly different in electronegativity
_______ bonds are between atoms with similar electronegativity
_____________ number, also called ________, the number of atoms, ions, or molecules that a central atom or ion holds as its nearest neighbours in a complex or coordination compound or in a crystal.
1.7, half, covalent
covalent bonds become ionic bonds when the electronegativity difference reaches _____ or greater.
- basically if their separated by more than ______ of the periodic table. (Ex. Na+ or Ca++ and Cl-)
- Metals like Fe, Pb, Cu, Au bonding with anions typically form ___________ bonds.
ionization up, right
_________energy: the energy required to remove a valence electron.
Generally, the trend moves (Up/Down) and to the (right/left) on the periodic table.
For CaCO3, the solubility constant, Ksp, is the product of what?
Fd (Fore x distance)
Work = ________
Decibles are on a (linear/log) scale.
backbone, amide, carbonyl
Secondary protein structures like alpha helices and beta sheets are a result of (backbone/side chain interactions) between _______'s and ______'s
Ubiquitination targets enzymes for degradation by a ____________
collecting duct, aquaporins
Vasopressin acts on what kidney structure?
By inserting what?
Which cells produce myelin?
Typer of error characterized by specific recalled experiences being falsely attributed to be the source of a particular memory
A disorder characterized by patient selectively forgets elements of his/her individual life
Slowed responses on an implicit associations test (AIT) are due to _________- the implicit associations of thought.
Which type of psychoactive drug has the lowest risk of dependence?
What will I always do to words like "NOT" indicating opposites in the question stem?
People are more productive alone than in a group
Which brain structure is responsible for intense negative emotions such as anxiety?
Brain structure responsible for regulating breathing and circulation
birth to 18 months
How long does the freud's "oral stage" last?
What kind of intelligence is characterized by an ability to delay gratification rather than following impulse?
A sociological theory that attempts to explain why society functions the way it does by focusing on the relationships between the various social institutions that make up society (e.g., government, law, education, religion, etc).
(Community) A group in which relations are intimate, personal, and cooperative (Ex. Church, social clubs)
(Society) A group in which relations are impersonal and independent (Ex. government, businesses)
a sensory receptor for painful stimuli.
basal ganglia, cerebrum
What brain structure is responsible primarily for motor control, as well as other roles such as motor learning, executive functions and behaviors, and emotions?
Where is it located?
Elevated levels of dope are associated with which psychological disorder?
Which disorder is characterized by low levels of dope?
central route processing
What type of cognitive processing is characterized by deep thinking about the content, and scrutinization of purpose and function of something.
JND (just noticeable difference), ∆I/I (I is the stimulus, and ∆I is the changed stimulus required to make a JND)
Weber's Law is an equation for what phenomenon?
What is it equal to?
Which theory asserts that emotional expressions are a result of evolution?
door in the face
Technique which involves asking for something, getting denied, then asking for a smaller favor.
Promoting the greater good is an aspect of which type of Kohlberg's moral reasoning?
long chain esters (made from a long chain FA an a long chain alcohol)
What type of molecule are waxes?
F (action potential refers to the depolarization and influx of Na+ ions)
(T/F) action potential refers to the creation of the gradient across the neuron membrane.
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